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  1. Can I ask, what case trackers everyone here uses? Or what the best one is? I've only ever used the https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do website to track AOS status - but I am wondering if there is something better? Many thanks!
  2. Congrats! ... I just got NOA1, so here's hoping for a speedy process! lol
  3. Yep... That's the part I'm struggling with
  4. KP21 - That customer copy will have the reference number on it yes? You can call the local registry and find out if it's been lodged - if it has - you can just go into the office and pay for / collect a certified copy The Customer copy won't count, as it doesn't have the Officiant / witness signature etc etc ...
  5. I waited until I was married to go and get my SSN ... I took all my documents, but all they wanted to see was my passport, i-94 print out (showing the date I entered and under what visa) and my certified marriage licence to prove name change ... In terms of paperwork - I'll post the coverletter I enclosed in my AOS Packet .... To Whom It May Concern: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services P.O. Box 805887 Chicago, IL 60680- 4120 Nature of the submission: I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status Enclosed please find: Form I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, Form I-864 Affidavit of Support, Form I-131 Application for Travel Document, Form I-765 Application for Employment Authorization; and all supporting documents. My eligibility is based on admission as the fiancé of a U.S. citizen and subsequent marriage to that citizen within 90 days of entry. Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status Includes: • 2 photographs & receipt for photographs • Check in the amount of $1225.00 made payable to the US Department of Homeland Security • Copy of my foreign birth certificate • Copy of my foreign divorce certificate • Copy of passport page with K-1 Visa • Copy of passport page with biographic information • Vaccination supplement (Vaccination Documentation Medical Worksheet) • Form G-325A, Biographic Information Sheet • Affidavit of Support (Form I-864) which also includes tax documents, also proof of U.S. Citizenship which includes copy of the biographic data page of sponsor’s U.S. Passport and a copy of the US Sponsor’s birth certificate. • Evidence of eligibility which includes a copy of approval notice for I-129F, copy of marriage certificate, Form I-94 (electronic copy). Form I-131, Application for Travel Document Includes: • 2 photographs • Initial Evidence which includes a copy of an official photo identity document (passport identity page) • A copy of Form I-94 and K1 visa to show my present status in the United States • Marriage Certificate to note the name change (Copy) • Notarized Affidavit of Legal Change of Name (copy) Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization Includes: • 2 photographs • A copy of Form I-94 • A copy of a Federal Government-issued identity document which includes my Visa issued by a foreign consulate • Passport Identity Page • Marriage Certificate to note the name change (Copy) • Notarized Affidavit of Legal Change of Name (copy) I'm still paranoid I'll get an RFE ... lol
  6. I believe it's: Hepatitis A Hepatitis B Influenza Influenza type b (Hib) Measles Meningococcal Mumps Pneumococcal Pertussis Polio Rotavirus Rubella Tetanus and diphtheria toxoids Varicella (Chickenpox) Have a looksy at https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/immigrate/vaccinations.html Some of those are age-appropriate though - ie; you won't need rotavirus as an adult
  7. I had no records either - however - you can ask your GP to take bloods and see which antibodies you have. Your GP can then vaccinate with whatever you're missing - then get your GP to give you a copy of your antibody blood work results, and take a medical certificate with whatever vaccinations you had to your medical appointment. Or, as my Medical Doctor told me, they can just vaccinate you on the day! (Vaccines are an additional cost on top of the medical). I saw Dr Celina Rappaport at George Street Medical (Sydney), she was great! ... The Dr. told me vaccinations are not required as the K1 process, but ARE required in the AOS process - HOWEVER - it will be easier to have all your vaccines done and your medical marked as COMPLETE before you leave AUS, otherwise you'll be seeing a Dr over here to get it done... Hope that helps
  8. lol... Thanks guys! I literally found it 5 mins after I posted this question *
  9. Greetings, VJ Family! So I am starting to wade through the AOS paperwork, and while preparing my i-131 came across the Alien Registration section ... I know this question has been asked a zillion times but I can't find a conclusive answer; Where do I find my A#? (Do I even have one yet? lol) Many thanks!!
  10. Skywheel - my appointment never showed up on the dashboard As long as you have the Instructions and Confirmation from the Consulate, you're good to go! Good luck!!!
  11. Thanks Guys ... sounds like it's worth just putting in for the EAD anyway ... I'll go down that path
  12. If it helps, I had a 2 hour layover in LAX, and was through Immigration in under 20mins
  13. Hiiiiiii VJ Team! ​So I've made it through the K1 Journey - thus begins the AOS Journey! haha My question is ... seeing as the AOS processes around the same time as the EAD i-765, is it really necessary to do the extra paperwork for the EAD? ​I mean, once our status is adjusted, we're eligible to work yes? Orrrrr is it just worth doing the I-765 in the event the AOS is delayed for some reason? Thank youuuu
  14. I've foudn WebJet pretty awesome to go through as well - I just used them! ​But I ALWAYS use an incognito window when trying to book plane tickets, to stop them collecting data. haha. So yeah. clear cookies and go incognito! It's on the next stage for meeeee! ... Approved at interview, visa processed in 3 days, in hand 4 days later, flew out the day after! haha ... POE was LAX and was easy as pie! GOOD LUCK to everyone still on their i-129F journey! ... I'm sure we'll all be asking a zillion questions over in the AOS page very soon! lololol